HBG Law offers a full range of services in areas including acquisitions and disposals, construction law, financing, commercial real estate, land use, planning and development, leasing, environmental law, insurance and tax.
We have one of the most comprehensive real estate practices in the Central Valley and in the State. The firm represents clients in virtually all areas of commercial real estate. Our firm maintains a broad practice representing local, regional, national and international clients, including developers, syndicators, investors, lenders, pension funds, real estate investment trusts, retailers, utility companies, telecommunication companies, property managers and brokers.
Our transactional experience has involved all types and classes of property, including office buildings, hotels and resorts, retail centers, industrial properties, residential developments, senior living facilities, entertainment complexes, and sports and entertainment facilities. We deliver a complete range of integrated legal services that are designed to achieve the best outcomes for our clients. Our work includes zoning and land use analyses, negotiation of design and construction agreements, formation of partnerships and limited liability companies, acquisitions and dispositions, financings (including restructurings and workouts), leasing transactions, and providing related tax, and environmental bankruptcy advice.
Although much of our practice involves commercial real estate transactions between private parties, we have extensive experience in matters involving federal, state and local agencies. We have broad experience with government permitting, acquisition of government-owned property, government approvals, and state and city funding and financing agreements. In addition, we have represented governmental and quasi-governmental agencies and local development corporations in many complex projects throughout the United States.
How we do it:
- Residential, industrial and commercial real estate contracts and closings
- Purchase Sale Agreements
- Acquisitions and Dispositions
- REITs and Capital Markets
- Resort and Hospitality Industry
- Land Use and Development
- Property Management
- Lot line adjustments, land-use, easements
- Section 1031 (Starker and reverse Starker transactions)
- Planning and gifting with real estate